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What to do with sago palm and adenium

Posted by dallasblooms Dallas (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 2, 13 at 16:49

I have had success with exactly one sago palm in a pot indoors (only because I never repotted and barely touched it) but now it's got two foot long branches and clearly must need repotting or planting outside. Which one would you choose?
I also have an adenium that has been repotted and doing well for a year until my DH over watered it and the branches turned soft. The leaves are still on and green and the cadeaux (sp?) is hardish. I have left it outside in the sun for 2 weeks with no water but no change. Also it hasn't bloomed in over a year. Time for a new one?


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RE: What to do with sago palm and adenium

Sago palm 'Cycas revoluta' is good down to 15F and lives outside here all year, After 10 years it is up to 5 feet in a 20 inch container. Takes full sun to partial shade here. Al


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RE: What to do with sago palm and adenium

Awesome! Going outside now. Thanks


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RE: What to do with sago palm and adenium

Toss it if you live in my area....LOl

Just kidding..Good luck with it..I have never had any success with plants that need at least 10 sunny hot days in a row..

Mike


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RE: What to do with sago palm and adenium

Toss it if you live in my area....LOl

Just kidding..Good luck with it..I have never had any success with plants that need at least 10 sunny hot days in a row..

Mike


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